KHLOE Kardashian has been slammed for sharing another group partying photo taken just days after the Astroworld tragedy.
The KUWTK star, 37, posted a snap with her sister Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber and their friend Simon Huck from his wedding.
Khloe captioned the beaming shot: "Now this is love."
Her critics flocked to the comments to point out that Khloe had shared photos from an event just days after 10 people died at the Astroworld festival.
One wrote: "OK, how is she still just going on like everything is fine?" while another added: "Seriously, this is so disrespectful. What about all those people at the festival?"
She was also slammed on Monday for sharing similar photos from Simon's wedding just hours after nine-year-old Astroworld victim Ezra Blount was taken off life support.
Ezra, nine, died on Sunday after being trampled in a crowd surge during Travis Scott's set at the Texas music festival on November 5.
He became the tenth victim of the devastating event after suffering critical injuries and being placed in a medically induced coma.
Amid the tragedy, Khloe – whose sister Kylie Jenner is Travis' baby mama – shared photos with her family and friends from their pal Simon Huck's wedding.
The reality star posed with sisters Kendall and Kourtney, Kourtney's fiance Travis Barker and pals Hailey Bieber and Stephanie Shepherd in several glamorous snaps.
Ezra suffered critical injuries at Astroworld in Houston after he fell off of his dad's shoulders when the crowd of around 50,000 people suddenly surged towards the stage.
He was on life support for days but his family confirmed that he died on Sunday, according to ABC13.
TRAVIS' LEGAL BATTLE
Ezra's family filed a negligence lawsuit against concert promoter Live Nation and Travis Scott, blaming them for the boy's catastrophic injuries.
This is not the first time Khloe has come under fire for her social media activity in the wake of Astroworld.
She was also slammed for sharing a "tone-deaf" sexy selfie with Scott Disick from the night of the concert.
Her sister Kourtney and their mom Kris have also faced backlash for their handling of the devastating events.
Kris was ripped for sharing a "tacky" photo of the roses she received from Travis Barker for her 66th birthday hours after the tragedy.
Kourtney, meanwhile, has never addressed the events and instead continued to post on Instagram as normal.
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